News on new nonfiction books and recommendations for the best nonfiction books, including historical books, biographies, nonfiction books for kids, and more, from Book Riot.
Responses to COVID-19 have made obvious the eugenicist logic that still influences U.S. medical and political policy, and books like Killing the Black Body by Dorothy Roberts provide vital background.
If you love music, pick up one of these nonfiction books that cover different genres, like Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres by Kelefa Sanneh.
If you love interior design — whether it’s because you love creating your space or just imagining creating your space — enjoy these books, including Jungalow.
True dat: You *can* handle the truth and get a true attitude with these 10 exciting upcoming 2022 nonfiction books, like Requiem for the Massacre: A Black History on the Conflict, Hope, and Fallout of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre by RJ Young.
From rulers and scientists to activists, artists, and journalists, add these books about women who made history to your TBR pile, including Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America by Mayukh Sen.
Why we need more mental health memoirs from the perspective of caregivers, parents, siblings, children, partners, and friends of those with severe mental illness.
This list of nonfiction reads is for the teens struggling with the mental health. May you find something comforting and insightful, like (Don’t) Call Me Crazy: 33 Voices Start the Conversation about Mental Health By Kelly Jensen.
From memoirs to creative nonfiction— women are writing some of the best nonfiction our there. Here are a few to put on your radar, like The Best We Could Do by Thi Bui.
Looking for the best cookbooks 2022 has to offer? We’ve rounded up the most anticipated titles coming out this year, including Snacks for Dinner by Lukas Volger.
Tell me about it, stud: Here are 12 exciting upcoming 2022 memoirs full of hot goss and amazing stories for you to add to your TBRs, including Finding Me: A Memoir by Viola Davis.